Tal-y-Bryn

Denbigh

This guest house comes with a very special garden. Green-fingered Falmai and Gareth Roberts have created an award-winning country garden of terraces, fountains and arches bursting with colour and fragrance. They have worked wonders with Tal-y-Bryn, too.

Map of North Wales

Their secluded 16th-century farmhouse has been immaculately furnished and decorated in country style, with attractive bedrooms (two with spa baths). More awards have been heaped on their Llaeth y Llan yoghurts, made from locally produced milk and sold in over 20 flavours in Wales and England – you’ll find some on the delicious breakfast menu.

Falmai and Gareth offer a warm, homely welcome. Tal-y-Bryn’s peace, quiet and wonderful views across the fertile Vale of Clwyd make it the perfect place to unwind. Its idyllic location also offers easy access to the North Wales coast and historic Denbigh, St Asaph and Ruthin.

About North East Wales

We are told that interesting things await us in North East Wales where we share a border with English counties Shropshire and Cheshire. This area is perfect for nature lovers with Offa’s Dyke National Trail, a 177 mile range from north to south, passing through the heather clad hills and limestone cliffs making up the Clwydian Range.
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Your hosts Gareth and Falmai Roberts take pride in sharing their knowledge of this part of Wales and look forward to welcoming you.

0800 014 9698 falmai@villagedairy.co.uk
Llannefydd, Near Denbigh, LL16 5DR